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SEOUL USES CLIMATE REPORTING TO ENSURE MEANINGFUL ACTION
Estudio de caso
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Calidad del aire
Transición energética
Seoul (South Korea) engages with and leads networks of international peers committed to climate action. The city uses thorough emissions inventories to ensure its own success, and to inspire action in cities across the world.
Idiomas: English
Editor: IUC Coordination Unit
Año Publicado: 2020
City-to-city and region-to-region cooperation fostering sustainable development on a global scale
Publicación
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Calidad del aire
Economía circular
Adaptación climática
Transición digital
Educación, empleo y habilidades en la economía local
Transición energética
Alojamiento
Inclusión de migrantes y refugiados
Crecimiento económico inclusivo y sostenible
Contratación pública innovadora y responsable
Desarrollo urbano-rural integrado
Conservación del patrimonio natural y cultural
Desarrollo urbano seguro e inclusivo
Ciudades inteligentes e innovación y competitividad regional/urbana
Producción/consumo sostenible
Uso sostenible de la tierra y soluciones basadas en la naturaleza
Movilidad urbana
Pobreza urbana
Agua, gestión de residuos y saneamiento
This publication looks back on all that has been accomplished during the IUC programme, with a focus on presenting best practices from across IUC regions that showcase how city-to-city and region-to-region cooperation can be used to foster and support sustainable urban development and the localisation of global goals.
Países: Argentina, Austria, Bélgica, Brasil, Bulgaria, Canadá, Chile, China, Colombia, Croacia, Republica Checa, Dinamarca, Estonia, Finlandia, Francia, Alemania, Grecia, Hungría, India, Italia, Japón, Letonia, Lituania, Mexico, Países Bajos, Perú, Polonia, Portugal, Rumania, Eslovaquia, Eslovenia, España, Suecia, Reino Unido, Estados Unidos
Idiomas: English
Editor: IUC Coordination Unit
Año Publicado: 2020
KYOTO ENGAGES PEOPLE, BUSINESSES, AND THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN CLIMATE ACTION
Estudio de caso
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Calidad del aire
Adaptación climática
Transición energética
Crecimiento económico inclusivo y sostenible
Kyoto (Japan) is committed to climate change mitigation and adaptation. The city works with diverse groups within the municipality, region, and as a part of the larger international community – including as a signatory to the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) – to meet its climate action targets. Kyoto looks at climate action holistically: it must address a wide variety of sectors, engage diverse local voices, and utilise interventions that are environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.
Países: Japón
Idiomas: English
Editor: IUC Coordination Unit
Año Publicado: 2020
ALBA IULIA AND BENEDITO NOVO LEARN FROM EACH OTHER’S STRENGTHS
Estudio de caso
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Conservación del patrimonio natural y cultural
Ciudades inteligentes e innovación y competitividad regional/urbana
Alba Iulia (Romania) and Benedito Novo (Brazil) have much in common, including commitments to working to localise the SDGs. Through the IUC programme, the cities have exchanged knowledge to learn from each other’s main strengths across fields such as smart solutions, culture and tourism.
Países: Brasil, Rumania
Idiomas: English
Editor: IUC Coordination Unit
Año Publicado: 2020
PANAJI BUILDS ON GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS TO SUPPORT CLIMATE ACTION
Estudio de caso
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Transición energética
Ciudades inteligentes e innovación y competitividad regional/urbana
Movilidad urbana
Agua, gestión de residuos y saneamiento
Throughout its long history of taking climate action, the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) has continually cooperated with global community of experts and likeminded local governments for support, knowledge, and to learn about new solutions that can be successfully adapted to their local context.
Países: Croacia, India
Idiomas: English
Editor: IUC Coordination Unit
Año Publicado: 2020
Solid Waste Management in Kochi and Vilnius
Publicación
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Calidad del aire
Economía circular
Adaptación climática
Transición energética
Agua, gestión de residuos y saneamiento
This case study has been prepared to reflect the collaborative work that Kochi (India) has been doing with Vilnius (Lithuania) as part of their IUC programme pairing. Kochi and Vilnius have chosen to focus on solid waste management as a topic of mutual interest. They have been diligently working on addressing this topic for the overall improvement in the level of service deliveries in each city.
Países: India, Lituania
Idiomas: English
Editor: IUC India
Año Publicado: 2020
Smart Specialisation, an innovation bridge between the EU and Latin America
Publicación
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Crecimiento económico inclusivo y sostenible
Ciudades inteligentes e innovación y competitividad regional/urbana
Uso sostenible de la tierra y soluciones basadas en la naturaleza
Since 2016, the International Urban Cooperation Programme has been a vehicle for cooperation between the European Union and Latin America on the topic of innovation for local and regional development. In this endeavour, the Smart Specialisation approach originally deployed in the EU, and its potential to foster localised, innovation-driven sustainable territorial development, have been a great source of inspiration. Building on the 20 regional pairings between regions from the EU and Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Chile and Peru), this Science for Policy Report analyses the outcomes and the lessons generated by transcontinental cooperation and examines the potential to enshrine the EU touch on Smart Specialisation in the innovation landscape of Latin America.
Países: Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Perú
Idiomas: English
Editor: JRC
Año Publicado: 2020
INNOVATIVE FINANCING MECHANISMS
Publicación
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Adaptación climática
Transición energética
Crecimiento económico inclusivo y sostenible
Desarrollo urbano seguro e inclusivo
Ciudades inteligentes e innovación y competitividad regional/urbana
This third publication of the International Urban Cooperation (IUC) financial series aims to give an overview on innovative financing mechanisms. While traditional forms of municipal finance retain their importance, the role of new financial instruments and the engagement of the private sector become vital. Still, as experience show even when creditworthiness is not an issue, most of local and regional governments are either not aware or are afraid of using unconventional tools of financing. The aim of this booklet is to collect the most frequently used innovative financing schemes also applied in emerging economies, illustrated with case studies.
Idiomas: English
Editor: IUC Programme
Año Publicado: 2020
Nice Metropolis and Haikou Jointly Explore Tourism, Smart Monitoring, Academic Collaboration & More
Estudio de caso
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Transición digital
Conservación del patrimonio natural y cultural
Ciudades inteligentes e innovación y competitividad regional/urbana
The Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur (France) and City of Haikou (China) have been cooperating since July 2018, working together in the areas including tourism, e-health, and smart monitoring in urban areas. The pairing is also developing an innovative academic collaboration, and establishing partnerships in the fields of athletics and culture.
Países: China, Francia
Idiomas: English
Editor: IUC Coordination Unit
Año Publicado: 2020
How International Urban Cooperation Supports The 2030 Agenda, New Urban Agenda & the SDGs
Publicación
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible:
Temas:
Educación, empleo y habilidades en la economía local
Uso sostenible de la tierra y soluciones basadas en la naturaleza
Movilidad urbana
This report gives an account of how the IUC programme contributes to the SDGs and the New Urban Agenda. It outlines the challenges facing cities and how their cooperation has contributed to solving them. The report then takes a closer look at how international agendas affect cities and how progress reporting is set out, particularly given the challenge of accurately capturing the local contribution and achieving a sample that represents diverse cities. Next, the IUC programme and its components are briefly presented, followed by an analysis of how cities and regions engaged in the programme have contributed to the Sustainable Development Agenda. The report concludes with lessons learnt and considerations for a future programme of a comparable nature.
Idiomas: English
Editor: UN-Habitat
Año Publicado: 2020